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Cainner ingen Chóeláin
Her feast is on the octave of Kennera of Kirkinner; the cult may have originated in a single individual(Ó Riain, Dictionary, 142).
Rinn Allaidh. Cainner’s unidentified church but may have been in eastern Meath or neighbouring Louth (Ó Riain, Dictionary, 142).
She is assigned to the Clann Éanna branch of the Ceinéal Laoghaire of Meath (Rec. Met, CGSH no. 662.46; CGSH 690.8; Ó Riain, Dictionary, 142).
Belongs to the group Cainner, Kennera (ns) (certain)
Same as Kennera of Kirkinner
See Ó Riain, dictionary, 142.
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Martyrology of Gorman
Full title is Félire Húi Gormáin, The Martyrology of Gorman edited from a manuscript in the Royal library, Brussels, with a preface, translation, notes and indices. It is published by the Henry Bradshaw Society.
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Cainer gloss: inghen Cáoláin ó Rinn hAllaidh.
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